NOKIA WORLD: The biggest highlight for Nokia World had to be the Nokia Booklet; and as promised from its announcement is its the specifications. As already mentioned before the full specifications, it will feature an Intel Atom processor with a 10 inch screen.
It will include a 120GB hard drive with 1GB of RAM, will feature Windows 7, be nearly 20mm thin, a HDMI port, 3 USB ports, an SD card reader, a SIM slot to allow it to access the 3G/GPRS connection without an external modem, a 1.3 megapixel camera with an integrated microphone and an accelerometer. It will also feature Wi-Fi connectivity.
As usual, it will have access to the suite of its Ovi software, allowing users to sync contacts, media and calendar information to the phone and access to its Maps functionality. It is light, weighing in at 1250g, and will run for up to 12 hours.
It will come in black, ice (white) and azure (blue), and will cost €575 (or AU$984.25), but no word on its availability and where it will be released first, but it is expected that Europe will be first.